United Way of Champaign County

  • American Red Cross - Serving Central Illinois
    The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
    (217) 351-5861
    (10%)
  • Anabel Huling Early Learning Center
    Tuition scholarships enables working families; families with multiple children; and families in "at risk" populations to access affordable quality care, education and special needs intervention.
    (217) 892-2139
    (8%)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Illinois
    One-To-One mentoring programs to prevent juvenile delinquency for disadvantaged youth.
    (217) 428-4240
    (12.3%)
  • Boy Scouts of America, Prairielands Council
    Offering values education and character development to over 2700 young people in East Central Illinois and Western Indiana.
    (217) 356-7291
    (20%)
  • Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Peoria
    Provides counseling, senior services and community outreach.
    (309) 636-8000
    (0%)
  • Champaign County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
    Provides volunteer advocates to speak up for the best interests of abused and neglected children in Champaign County.
    (217) 384-9065
    (44.4%)
  • Champaign Urbana Schools Foundation
    We raise funds to provide educational opportunities in our public schools.
    (217) 398-2873
    (18%)
  • Community Service Center of Northern Champaign County
    Provide assistance with basic needs, connect clients with resources, and serve as a satellite site.
    (217) 893-1530
    (15%)
  • Courage Connection
    Provides services so that individuals facing domestic violence can achieve safety, support and success.
    (217) 352-7151
    (10%)
  • Crisis Nursery
    Crisis Nursery creates an "Island of Safety" dedicated to prevention of child abuse and neglect through 24-hour emergency care for children and support for families in crisis.
    (217) 337-2731
    (16.6%)
  • Cunningham Children's Home
    A safe community. A good education. A place to call home. Our mission is to see every child thrive.
    (217) 337-9074
    (17%)
  • Daily Bread Soup Kitchen
    Daily Bread Soup Kitchen serves a hot lunch to all, seven days per week, from 11-12:30. We assist with birth certificates, state IDs, and annual bus passes.
    (217) 356-7687
    (5.9%)
  • Developmental Services Center of Champaign County, Inc.
    Residential and employment services are provided to adults with developmental disabilities ensuring participation in their communities. Early intervention is provided to children with specials needs.
    (217) 356-9176
    (11.3%)
  • Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club
    Don Moyer BGC is a youth development organization providing academic support, character development, healthy lifestyle development, and positive citizenship to youth ages 6-18.
    (217) 355-5437
    (14.5%)
  • DREAAM House
    Committed to improving the academic and behavioral health of boys and young men.
    (217) 530-0110
    (35%)
  • East Central Illinois Refuge Mutual Assistance Center
    Exists to provide services essential to refugee and immigrant resettlement in East Central Illinois to preserve their respective cultures.
    (217) 344-8455
    (10%)
  • Eastern Illinois Foodbank
    Eastern Illinois Foodbank is a hunger relief organization. We provide food for our network of more than 170 member agencies and programs in an 18-county area.
    (217) 328-3663
    (3%)
  • Family Advocacy in Champaign County
    To strengthen families in crisis and families involved in the child welfare system through advocacy and outreach.
    (217) 607-0546
    (16%)
  • Family Service of Champaign County
    Helps seniors live with dignity, independence and safety; supports children and families.
    (217) 352-0099
    (15%)
  • Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
    Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
    (888) 623-1237
    (12%)
  • Greater Community AIDS Project of East Central IL (GCAP)
    GCAP's programs work with those living with HIV to help empower their lives.
    (217) 351-2437
    (14%)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County
    We build homes, communities and hope in Champaign County.
    (217) 359-0507
    (5%)
  • Land of Lincoln Legal Aid
    We provide eligible low income and senior residents free civil legal services.
    (217) 356-1351
    (14%)
  • Mahomet Area Youth Club
    The Mahomet Area Youth Club teaches and supports young people by developing them to their fullest potential in becoming responsible, respectful, caring, and productive citizens.
    (217) 586-6323
    (16%)
  • Other United Way Local Charitable Organization
    If you wish to donate to a (501)C3 that is not part of the CCFD Campaign, choose this designation, then submit your pledge as usual (payroll, check or receipt). Then email the CCFD at ccfd@illinois.edu with the name, address and phone number of the (501)C.
  • Promise Healthcare
    Operating Frances Nelson and SmileHealthy, we deliver primary medical, behavioral health and dental services to those who might otherwise go without.
    (217) 356-1558
    (15.4%)
  • Prosperity Garden
    Through neighborhood farming, Prosperity Gardens is dedicated to cultivating a healthy community through education, collaboration and employment opportunities. At-risk youth are introduced to career paths in agriculture, marketing, entrepreneurship, nutrition and the culinary arts.
    (217) 419-2855
    (5%)
  • Rape Advocacy, Counseling, & Education Services (RACES)
    RACES provides free and confidential services to those who have experienced sexual violence, and to their loved ones. We serve ages 3 and up for counseling or advocacy, and provide free sexual violence prevention programs in local schools.
    (217) 344-6298
    (16%)
  • Rosecrance
    Rosecrance is a leader in comprehensive substance use and mental health care.
    (217) 398-8080
    (24.7%)
  • Salt & Light
    Sharing God's love by providing opportunities for those living in poverty to equip themselves with the tools they need to create lasting change.
    (217) 355-5654
    (21%)
  • Stephens Family YMCA
    The YMCA provides recreational, childcare, and fitness programming that focuses on developing healthy spirits, minds and bodies for all ages, genders, and ethnic backgrounds.
    (217) 359-9622
    (16.2%)
  • The Center for Youth and Family Solutions
    Services include professional, strengths based, individual, couples and family counseling; foster care, family preservation services; infant adoption; prevention and diversion services for at-risk youth.
    (217) 352-5179
    (4.6%)
  • The Reading Group
    Certified teachers provide private, one-on-one, specialized instruction using multi-sensory techniques for students of all ages who learn differently, regardless of their ability to pay.
    (217) 351-9144
    (5%)
  • The Salvation Army of Champaign County
    Christian organization devoted to meeting human needs in Jesus name without discrimination.
    (217) 373-7832
    (12%)
  • United Way of Champaign County Community Impact Fund
    Our Community Impact Fund is being invested toward our three community goals of Education, Health and Financial Stability. There are 39 funded programs that address impact in those areas.
    (217) 352-5151
    (14.2%)
  • United Way of Champaign County Education Focus
    Helping children and youth achieve their potential.
    (217) 352-5151
    (14.2%)
  • United Way of Champaign County Financial Stability Focus
    Helping people become financially stable & independent.
    (217) 352-5151
    (14.2%)
  • United Way of Champaign County Health Focus
    Helping people improve their physical and mental health.
    (217) 352-5151
    (14.2%)
  • University YMCA
    Develops student leaders that work for social justice, promotes global engagement, encourage faith in action and protect the environment.
    (217) 337-1500
    (23.8%)
  • Urbana Neighborhood Connections Center
    Provides year-round academic, social-emotional and recreational activities for children, K-12 through the Afterschool Study Center, School-Out Days, Summer Camp and College/Career Readiness Program.
    (217) 954-1749
    (16%)
  • YWCA of the University of Illinois
    YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women. We achieve this by developing young women's leadership potential and advocating for girls of color.
    (217) 344-0721
    (53%)